St Peter TF10 8JW













This fine church of local sandstone dates from 1080, has a Saxon font, interesting gargoyles, and a monumental brass showing a man in a shroud.

The stone reredos is to Bodley & Garner’s design, and there is stained glass by William Morris, Harman and Kempe:

Other features include the Millennium 2000 memorial window and the peal of 8 bells.  

Clipping the Church The annual Church Clipping is a unique event which takes place in early July along with our St. Peter’s patronal festival. The congregation at the service circles the outside of the Church while holding hands. If the Church is successfully encircled it is said in folklore that the village will enjoy good fortune for the coming year.

Read more about the building and the work of the church on their website, or follow on Facebook      https://www.facebook.com/pg/stpeterschurchedgmond.org

Parking in the street, limited disabled parking beside the church. Wheelchair access, toilets.